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Stage 1 water restrictions implemented across JBSA
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JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, Texas - One reason to conserve water is when water use increases, the treatments may not be able to keep up with demand. Another reason to conserve water is the treatment requirements are expensive and time-consuming. Water is considered an inexhaustible resource, but local supplies, whether from lakes and streams or aquifers, are not always renewable. Without proper use, they can be contaminated, lost through changes in climate or use can simply overtake replenishment.


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